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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1911)
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RED CLOUD, jSEHRASKA. MAItCII 5, 1 f 1 1 .
IN DAYS OF YOUTH
proimro for u rainy luy, which is sure
to I'ome Sickness and trouble come
unexpectedly to all.
The Fruits of Wise Provision
in youth and mnuhood will come home
to you in compotoucy for old ago,
when you have placed your money in
u reliable linnk.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
Webster County Bank,
RED CLOUD. NED.
B. F. Mizer, President, S. R. Fiorance, Cashier.
B. F. Mizer, C. J. Pope, Wm. M. Crabill, Wm. H. Thomas,
S. R. Fiorance.
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Mr. and Mrs Goorgo HlairSiindaycd
ut 13111 Lano'a.
Horace Frisbie has bcon visiting
relatives in Guide Itock.
Miss Lacy Decker visitod Mrs. An
drew King a few days last week.
Mrs. Mcltride the mother of Lora
Frisbie has been visiting with her.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Swartz and
family Sundayed ut Charlie Frisbies.
Tom Simpson and MissDollie llasscr
spent Sunday evoning at Al Deckers.
Misses Klt'u Holcomb and Miss Fran
ces Correll has Leon visiting at John
Miss Wcusuor gave her pupils a
weeks vacation. She is spending her
vacation in Lincoln.
Miss L.acy Decker left Monday for
Guide Rock whore she will work for
Mr. and Mrs. Garrison.
Walter and Hen Itasser returned
home Sunday. They have been visit
ing relatives near Guide Hock.
George Jennings and family called
on Guy Harries Snnda.v.
Tom Hawkins and Jim DeWitt ship
ped cattle to market on Sunday.
Clyde Simpson moved his family oil
theX. Ii. 13. Smith place on Friday.
Will Fisher has been on the sick
list for two or three days with the ln
grippc. Smith ltros , are located on the Coon
ranch and Manley Bros., moved over
the river on the farm they bought.
The Smiths are about to take K. F.
D. No. S. There is seven or eight
families of Smiths on the route and
none of them wants to claim each
Mrs. Thornton has bought a new
Mrs. I,. V. Cone is enjoying a visit
from a sister.
Georgo McCarley has moved out to
I'M Dorr's farm.
Mrs. li. M. Parker was on the sick
list a few days the past week.
Mrs. George Gleason and Mrs. John
Gleason Jr., are both on the sick list.
Mrs. Kmanucl Peters is taking treat-
tent at St. Elizabeth's Hospital at
Mr. and Mrs. Lano Collins, who live
near the state line, have a fourteen
pound son, born Fobr. 28th.
The Kensington club met with Mrs.
D. .Jones Wednosday. Mrs. Doudnu is
the new president of the club.
Mrs. Albert Kellum of St. Francis,
Kansas, arrived Thursday to visit her
mother, Mrs. (. W. Hoover,and sister,
Mrs. Eli Fowler.
Mrs. Shceloy has bought some lots
of Mr. Fringcr and has begun building
a residence. Her son, Arthur Sheeley
of Ited Cloud, is doing the carpenter
Hay hut., a friend of Iduyd Hunter,
gave a very interesting "chalk talk" nt
the M. E. church Friday overling undor
tho auspicees of the young people's
Bible class, which is taught by Murray
Mrs. Thomas Diltiu of MuPhcrson
county arrived from Hod Cloud Thurs
day to visit her sisters here. She had
been called to Ked Cloud during the
severe illness of her mother, Mrs.
Mrs. Fordyee of Uostwick died sud
denly Sunday afternoon after a brief
illness. The funeral was held at the
Methodist church in Dostwlck Monday
afternoon, conducted by Hev. K U.
Darch. The deceased left her hus
band and live children.
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In Chicago and New York
women who appreciate and de
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and tailoring skill in outer ap
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And NOW, the selfsame styles
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As exclusive representatives of E. B. Radford &'
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You can have any style any price garment you select made to your in
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Come see and make selections from this early Spring display.
Why the Bonds
Should Be Voted
In the matter of voting bonds to the
extent of SUmumm for the extension of
our water system it is altogether tilting
that tho tax payers of this city should
be guided by prudence and economy.
He f ore the individual makes up his
mind in regard to voting upon himself
extra bonds it is well to candidly and
honestly investigate the (iiiestion from
all sides. Ordinarily we are all a little
touchy when the subject of water
comes up and it is time to go slow. At
prcscutom water system lacks about
$l'-!00 00 per year of being on a paying
basis. In other words the tax-payers
are called upon to make good the de
llclncy of Sl'200.00 by direct taxes each
year. And we have S'JO.OOO.UO invested
in our water plant. No private cor
poration or indvidual could stand this
loss year after yoar without going to
the wall, All that has kept our system
going soj far is the money taken from
the pockets of the tax payer. Now
the interest on the 10000.00 proposed
bonds wlU not exceed fttOO.Ou and the
laOOO.Oo will counect the springs with
our pump which will represent the
amount necessary to put our water
system qn a paying basis.
Therefore it would seem that it will
be far easier to vote the bonds, pay
S.'JOU.PO per year instead of SP200.00 as
at present. With the carcfullness and
thoroness with which this project has
been approached it would seem that
there ought not to be any objection
expressed by a single voter. During
the summer mouths when water is in
great demand there is no supply and
consequently just at the time when
the city could sell water and make a
profit it has no goods to sell. There is
not a single merchant in the city who
conducts his business on that principle
and It is foolishness for the city to
lougercontinue to do business at a
loss. In live years the Burlington
alone will have paid the amount of
tthetc bonds and it would be using
water which costs practically nothing
since tho pressure from the springs
will throw the water in the mains
without the expense of a pound of
Some have expressed themselves as
being opposed to the issuelng of any
more bonds for any purpose whatever
but if we can issue bonds and savo
money it would seem that wo are In
duty bound to do so. Others think
that if we vote these bonds it will in
terfere with sewer bonds which may
be needed in the future but sower
bonds can be voted regardless of any
other bonds because there is a special
provision which takes care of the con
struction of sowers. Another tiling a
sewer would be of no benefit what
ever if there were no water to Hush it
out hence tlte water comes first.
Lot us savo money, obtain pure
water and vote for the bonds.
Rural fill. '
Hell, Blk 41
The Doctor's Question
Much Sickness Due to Bowel Disorders
A doctor's first question when con
sulted by a patient is, "Are your bow
els regular'.'" He knows that 03 per
cont or illness is attended with Inact
ive bowels and torpid liver, and that
this condition must be removed gently
and thoroughly before health can be
Ituxall Orderlies are a positive, pleas
ant and safe remedy for constipation
and bowel disorders in general. We
are so certain of their great curative
value that we promlso to return the
purchaser's money in every case when
they fail to produce entire satisfaction.
Kexall Orderlies uro eaten likecandy
they act quietly, and hryve a soothing,
strengthening, healing influence on
the entire intestinal tract. They do
not purgo, gripe, causo uausea, flatu
lence, excessive looscuoss, diarrhooa
or other annoyiug oifect. They aro
ospfccially gocdforchUdron, weak per
sons or bid folki. Two.sizes, 23c. and
IOC Sojd only at our fitoro TLo
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Its easy and Daylight all the way.
CALL OR SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
E. H. NEWHOUSE, Prop.
C. B. & Q. Watch Inspectors.
Jewelers and Optometrists.
Harness Repairing and Oiling Neatly
Done at FOG EL'S
Also my stock of Harness of all kinds and Harness repairs
including Strap work, Collars, Halters and Saddlery.
My line of Harness Hardware is complete. Remember I
can give you just what you call for in this line and prices
always the lowest.
Joe Fogelt The Harness Man.
r THE NEW WAY OF SMOKING MEAT 1
By applying two coata of WRIGHT'S CONDENSED SMOKE
directly to tho moat with a brush nftcr tho meat has gono
throuRh tho salt, It will bo thoroughly smoked, will liavo a
delicious rtnvor-and will keep flolld and sweet and frco from
Insects through tho entire, summer.
Wright's Condensed Smoke
is a Hauld omoko and contains nothing oxecnt what Is obtained
by burning hickory wood. It la put up In square quart bottles, only, each with a
metal cap. NKVHR SOLD IN BULK. A bottle will flmoko a barrel of meat
(280 IDs.), l'or finio y mi tirufrsists at inc. isvcry uome guaranteed, ask
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IS YOUR FARM on the MARKET ?
We want a complete list of all Webster
county lands for sale on straight com
FARM LOANS NEGOTIATED
DAN GARBER & CO., Red Cloud CHIEF Office.
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